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of another looming crisis, this time on the debt ceiling. republicans in the house changed course. and they voted for a plan that will allow the country to pay its bills, all the way through the middle of may. but they added a twist. members of congress have to pass a budget or their paychecks will be withheld. democrats are expected to go along. and today, the market soared. the dow ending at another five-year high, now back where it was before the recession started in december 2007. >>> and next, the latest today on that powerful blast of polar air sitting on top of a third of the country, creating an icebox. and here's the map tonight. bone-chilling weather from the dakotas to maine. and all day, we saw post cards from the frozen continent. a fountain of icicles here in new york. and a fireman's gloves were standing up, they were petrified in the cold. tonight, abc's gio benitez on the bitter cold. gio? >> reporter: good evening, diane. here in fulton, new york, more than three feet of snow fell just within the past 48 hours. but it was not just snow that's the problem. across
, the fiscal cliff crisis over, the debt ceiling battle pushed off. congress hearing the frustration we've been hearing on the trading floor for months. >> people in the city and outside the industry are just frustrated. >> reporter: frustrate because that gridlock put a lock on the stock market too. but tonight for many of those boomers and so many americans, finally, what appears to be a solid recovery. >> these worst case scenarios people were looking at in 2008, you can start to say, okay, we're not going to go there. >> reporter: couples like john and jeanette who you first met to "world news" two years ago. john had turned 60, jeanette about to. a manufacturing sales rep, he was planning to work another five years because of the market. their retirement dreams had grown simpler since that wedding day. their only trips, to visit their granddaughter. since we last interviewed you, how much has your 401(k) recovered? >> it's gone up about 30%. >> reporter: and one stock alone, how much is it up? >> about 26 or $27,000. >> reporter: their 401(k) growing again along with that granddaughter. is
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